Our Strategic Capabilities

We deliver a strategic approach to IT modernization by focusing on business outcomes, not just technology outcomes.

To define business outcomes, we work with our customers to build a common definition of business success. This might be a net reduction in operating costs, or an increase in some mission capability. The common thread is that we elevate beyond simply making the IT work, and partner to deliver strategic business transformation.

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

IAM is the discipline that enables the right individuals to access the right resources at the right times for the right reasons within an organization.

Zero Trust

Zero trust is a security model that assumes no implicit trust within the network, requiring verification of every user and device attempting to connect to resources.

Security & Operations Modernization

Involves the integration of security practices and tools with operational processes to enhance overall security posture and efficiency.

Privileged Access Management (PAM)

PAM is the cybersecurity approach that focuses on managing and securing the access rights of privileged users to sensitive systems and data.

Endpoint & Mobile Security

Endpoint & mobile security focuses on protecting devices like computers and smartphones from cyber threats to ensure data confidentiality, integrity, & availability.

Threat Detection & Response

The practice of identifying and addressing security threats in real-time to protect an organization against cyber attacks and minimize their impact.


Identity, Credential, & Access Management (ICAM) is a common framework for managing digital identities, credentials, and access rights.


Risk Management Framework (RMF) is a set of guidelines and processes for managing cybersecurity and privacy risks in federal information systems.


Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a framework developed by DoD to assess and enhance the cybersecurity posture of defense contractors.


Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) is a DHS program developed to improve the cybersecurity posture of federal civilian government networks.


A directive that mandates a standardized and secure form of identification for federal employees & contractors to access facilities and information systems.


Aims to strengthen the cybersecurity of federal networks and enhance the nation's cybersecurity posture by implementing specific measures and standards.